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German violin after Stradivari - table of spruce
German violin after Stradivari - table of spruce
Antique German violin after Stradivari - back of maple
Antique German violin after Stradivari - back of maple
Violon allemand en modele Stradivarius. 1900 - eclisses
Violon allemand en modele Stradivarius. 1900 - eclisses
violino tedesco, modello Stradivari
violino tedesco, modello Stradivari
Provenance: Saxony
Maker: Unknown
Length of back: 35.8 cm
Year: approx. 1900
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Antique German Markneukirchen violin of quality, after Stradivari

This recommendable antique German violin of Markneukirchen is a piece of good craftsmanship that was built after Stradivari patterns approx. 1900 in Saxony. The flat arching of top and back are an excellent reference for the skills of the unknown Markneukirchen violin maker. The appearance of the violin is determined by the deeply flamed maple of the back and subtly antiqued, luminous golden-yellow varnish. We offer this Markneukirchen violin of quality with a minor repair under the chinrest in very good condition; it was completely worked over in our workshop and is immediately ready to unfold its bright, strong sound that is clear, precise and resonant.

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